Congratulations! Last night, thanks to you and more than 200 aviation associations, Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa), Chairman, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, admitted defeat in his long-time efforts to privatize the U.S. Air Traffic Control system, citing insufficient support. So, among other benefits, your access to the 5,000 U.S. airports currently at your disposal will remain. For additional information read “Privatizing” Business Aviation in this issue.
Two years into economic recovery, the demand for flying – and the value of your turbine aircraft or share – is up. If your travel requirements or appetite for depreciation have changed, find out about three options for meeting your evolving needs in Lee Rohde’s “Time for a New Aircraft – Or Not.”
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